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Old 04-11-2011, 09:26 PM   #1
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He just applied to OSHA as Regional Safety Inspector.
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Old 04-11-2011, 09:31 PM   #2
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That doesn't look too bad ...I might be concerned if he had his ladder on top of the railing.

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How else are you supposed to get up there?
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Quit taking pictures of my subs!!!!J/K
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That can be a decent, steady, long term job if you can handle the paper work and the update seminars. - Safety problems will not go away. Getting trained or qualified in the requirements for the different trades is a problem. It is not all fun and roses out in the field, inspite of the vehicle and insurance.

If it is a contract situation, take a long hard look.
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That can be a decent, steady, long term job if you can handle the paper work and the update seminars. - Safety problems will not go away. Getting trained or qualified in the requirements for the different trades is a problem. It is not all fun and roses out in the field, inspite of the vehicle and insurance.

If it is a contract situation, take a long hard look.
I think he was just kidding:

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He just applied to OSHA as Regional Safety Inspector.
Dumb a$$! I've never done something like that before :

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If it wasnt a step ladder, and he tied off, 4/1 pitch, and wore a lanyard/harness, would he be compliant?
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If it wasnt a step ladder, and he tied off, 4/1 pitch, and wore a lanyard/harness, would he be compliant?
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not on top 2 steps? how about then?
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Old 04-23-2011, 02:56 PM   #11
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no padding between the ladder and wall. he's going to scrape it to @#[email protected]# People these days, just don't care like they used to.

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